Vít Janeček was born in 1970 and works as a filmmaker, dramaturgist and mentor. He graduated from the School of Philosophy of the Charles University in Prague and from FAMU. His creative interest consist in considering transversal aspects of reality – science, politics, society and thought. He contributes to various papers and web media. For several years, he curated film programs in Roxy and Archa Theatre in Prague and historical retrospectives at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. In 2003, he co-founded and for three years led the FAMU Center for Audiovisual Studies, between 2012 and 2015 worked as head of english section of FAMU – FAMU International. Since 2006, he leads FAMU´s educational program in Burma. He works also as a development consultant for Czech Television and as a tutor in various international workshops.
Treating History (2013)
Race to the Bottom (2011)
Wonderfull Opportunity (2010)
Ivetka and the Mountain (2008)
The Adventure of Anna Barbora – An Interplay (2008)
History of Jaroslav Šabata (2008)
Rules of the Game – Defining the Space (2004)
Battle for life (2000, co-directed by Miroslav Janek and Roman Vávra)
In the Center of Cinema, safe at home (co-director Petr Marek, 1997)
Family in the Desert (1994)
Some of his films are available on-line on dafilms.com.